This is your hub for wellness resources at Carleton and beyond. As we navigate unexplored territory, we are here to support you virtually during this difficult time.

Carleton provides a wide variety of accessible resources and services that allow you to maximize and manage your mental health and well-being, even when you aren’t on campus. Carleton University wants you to know that we are here to support you. No matter where you call home across the world, there are many support services and resources available to support your mental health.

Health and Counselling Services remains open for in-person and virtual counselling appointments through telephone or video options.

Off-Campus Support

Explore our community resources and services to identify which resource or service meets your needs.

Off-Campus Resources

Spirituality Support

Students in need of spiritual support are able to connect with the Spirituality Centre for online spiritual counselling.

Spirituality Resources

Provincial Support

Students in need of support across Canada can visit the Provincial Support Resources page.

Provincial Support Resources

International Support

Students in need of support around the world can visit the International Support Resources page.

International Support Resources

Campus Support

There are many services and resources available to support your mental health and well-being virtually. Whether you’re thriving, experiencing stress, or have more complex needs, there are a variety of options for you to consider.

Explore Carleton-specific resources and services below to identify which resource or service best meets your needs.


Positive mental health and well-being, with high levels of energy, engagement and functioning.

Take time to review information, awareness and self-help resources:

Everyday Stress

Occasional difficulties in responding to academic, personal, social, financial or health issues. These issues are common to many students.

Take time to review educational materials and skill building opportunities, while also looking into social connections:

Mild Mental Health Concerns

More persistent difficulties in coping, causing some anxiety or lowered mood with an impact on self-care. Problems at this level are often situational and reversible.

Students at this level are encouraged to review prevention and early intervention resources:

Moderate and Complex Mental Health Concerns

Mental health challenges or levels of distress that have a greater impact on daily functioning or limit daily functioning may require specialized care, a treatment plan or monitoring.

To learn more please contact Health and Counselling Services to schedule a virtual appointment.

Is the situation an emergency?

On-campus: 613-520-4444 or 4444 from any on campus phone

Off-campus: 911 (Notify Campus Safety Services)

If uncertain, you can call the Crisis Line at 613-722-6914

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